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Sep 14, 2012 5:00pm EDT
company. >>> and staying on the campaign trail, a new poll shows president obama is leading mitt romney in four swing states with an average lead of 5 to 7 points in ohio, florida, and virginia. another poll in new hampshire shows the president also with a five point lead. the polls were taken in the days following the democratic national convention last week. >>> mitt romney's campaign is clarifying their definition of middle income. during an interview this morning. mr. romney described it as an income of $200 to $250,000 a year or less. that puts him in an agroament with president obama. he later clarified that remark saying he was referring to a household income, not an individual's. this week the census bureau reported the median income sits at just over $50,000. >>> developing tonight in chicago, the teacher strike could soon be over. negotiators say a tentative deal has been reached. they have a frame work that could end the work just in time for students to go back to class monday. delegates have to vote to end the strike. the teachers walkout kept public students out of the cla
Sep 10, 2012 5:00pm EDT
, president obama will win. the coincidence has held true in 17 of the last 18 president pall elections. the only time it did -- presidential elections. the only time it did not was back in 2004. >>> speaking of the race for the white house, with the conventions over it is game on as mitt romney and president obama try to convince voters they have the right plan to turn our economy around. new numbers are out showing who is ahead now in the polls and in the race for campaign cash. got to have lots of that. fox's jennifer davis has a closer look at the race. >> reporter: at the u.s. capitol they've already started prepping for the inauguration building platforms, bleachers and a stage. even the voters have yet to decide who will address the nation from here. the latest gallup poll gives president obama a five-point edge nationwide but a new poll from north carolina shows virtually no bounce even after the democratic national convention was held there. >> we have always believed that this will be a very close race and that continues to be the president's belief. >> reporter: with less t
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